Drawing a map of all the different itineraries available to people travelling to Naples can be quite difficult. Perhaps the best way to absorb the atmosphere of the city is to follow Goethe's advice and to wander through the streets, allowing the city itself to guide us through the labyrinth of alleys in its historic centre, which is a veritable open air musuem. Art lovers cannot fail to be attracted to the city's museums: the National Archaeological Museum, the most important one in Europe, and the National Museum and Galleries of Capodimonte, with works from the thirteenth to the eighteenth centuries and the Farnese collection. If you prefer a medieval atmosphere, stroll into the churches of the city centre, including St. Clare (Santa Chiara), St. Dominic Major (San Domenico Maggiore) and St. Lawrence (San Lorenzo), to mention a few. At night, like all Mediterranean cities, the streets of Naples are full of life. Piazza del Gesù Nuovo is the meeting point for university students, with clubs and bars of all kinds. Wealthier young Neapolitans prefer Piazza Amedeo and the bars along the Riviera di Chiaia. Many different artistic and cultural events take place in the city. The city's theatres have an intensive calendar of events: from the traditional Teatro San Carlo to experimental shows at the Teatro nuovo and Galleria Toledo. For cinema buffs, the main events of the year include the NapoliFilmFestival and the 'O Curt and Corto Circuito short film festivals.